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Associate Professor in Global Mineral Resources Futures, UBC Norman B Keevil Institute of Mining Engineering

Job Type: Full Time, Permanent
Start Date: 2019-07-01

Language: English
Minimum Education: Doctorate Degree
Positions Available: 1

NOC Group: University Professors (4121)
NOC Job Title: Associate Professor - University
Expires in 114 days
Expires: 2019-05-10
Last Updated: 2019-01-10

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Job Number: 537193




Job Location(s)

517-6350 Stores Road
Vancouver, British Columbia
V6T 1Z4, Canada

Job Description

Applications are invited from outstanding individuals for a grant tenure position at the rank of Associate Professor in the Norman B. Keevil Institute of Mining Engineering at the Vancouver campus of the University of British Columbia. The candidate will be expected to lead interdisciplinary research in the field of innovation strategy and organizational change in the mineral resource sector, teach at the undergraduate and graduate levels, supervise graduate students at the Masters and PhD levels and provide service to the University and the broader academic and professional community.

 

Candidates with a doctoral degree in Management or a related field, complemented with one or more degrees in science and/or engineering are encouraged to apply. Relevant academic or industrial experience, a superior research record that indicates significant progress in the field mentioned above, and strong communication skills are all highly desirable. Proven capacity to understand the science and technology base within the mining industry will also be required.

The candidate must demonstrate the ability to develop and sustain a distinguished record of scholarship and industrial recognition; have advanced skills in undergraduate or graduate teaching; and be able to secure research funding from industry and government sources. Demonstrated leadership of inter-disciplinary projects involving economics, science, engineering, business and public policy is required. 

 


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Expiring: May 10, 2019